Saturday, December 1, 2012

Outdoor Room at Lewiston Tour of Homes


Well, if you even read this blog anymore - you'll know I had a problem with figuring out a way to have an ugly $40 brass chandelier look like a gorgeous and sophisticated chandelier worth of a Ralph Lauren ad. This is what I came up with ... a pretty nice end result given that I started with this:


Enjoy the rest of the table, leave a comment if you like the way it turned out!








Hope you enjoyed these little snips.

13 comments:

  1. It looks great, Artie. Perfect! The fine Lewistonians will really eat this up. Great job!

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  2. Amazing Job Artie! It really has a Ralph Lauren feel and the light fixture is a great form for all of the Holiday green you used.

    xxx's kelley

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  3. Creative, festive, and elegant. Love what you've done. :)

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  4. Artie,
    Oh,Yes,Perfection!

    xoxo
    Karena
    Art*by*Karena

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  5. WOW Artie! This looks like an ad in a magazine. Seriously spectacular, creative, inventive, intriguing. I love every detail.

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  6. This is beautiful Artie, Ive been MIA from your blog due to the shop but so happy I got to pop on today and see the fabulous post.

    MJ
    Lucky 7 Design

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  7. Love it Artie, very unique! You did a great job! Hope all is well with you! Rebecca

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  8. The space is very elegant and original. I love the mix of tartan plaid with blur and white porcelain and the chandelier, enhanced by all the boughs, looks perfect.
    Best...Victoria

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  9. LOVE IT, Artie! You certainly achieved 'The Look'. Would you share with us, how you attached the Evergreen boughs?
    Hugs -Brenda-

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  10. Artie, Artie, Artie, You truly out-did yourself… you should send this to Tartan Scott for his contest…he loves brass... very Ralph Lauren Lodge… I LOVE IT! Love the blue dishes… the boots are a great addition… love the old suitcase … I love your creativity… now that’s a Christmas Chandelier… just fabulous! You are so talented!!!!! (Even past smoke detector tree topper) … wink. I love your Christmas post.
    Merry Christmas Artie!
    Lee

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  11. Very well done! Thanks for sharing!!
    Sharon

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